Imogen is a choreographer, director and movement director. She works throughout the UK and Europe and is based in London.
Imogen works across multiple disciplines; theatre, classical and electronic music, performance art installations, film, tv, and opera. She also runs workshops and movement sessions for institutions, community groups and individuals across the UK. Imogen is especially interested in working with groups and individuals to create a space for full expression, physical explorations and creativity.
In the past two years she has created work with orchestras and musicians from the London Sinfonietta, Southbank Sinfonia and Royal College of Music that explores alternative and heightened ways of experiencing classical music. Imogen is interested in challenging the traditional performance and location of classical music. To open up this form to new audiences and create visually stunning and visceral environments in which to experience music.
Imogen is mentor for the visual artist Heather Agyepong, for her development of But We Are Still Here, 2018.
Imogen works as Creative Director for the music artist Zilla at Accidental Records. Album to be released 2018.
Imogen acted as a mentor, on behalf of Old Vic New Voices, for the young company Snuff Box Theatre on their production BITCH BOXER, which played at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, starring Charlotte Josephine.
Imogen was awarded the Choreography for Children 2012 commission by Sadler’s Wells, Company of Angels and The Place.
OMG! premiered at The Place 6th February and Sadler's Wells 9th February 2013. The full production is available to watch under 'OMG!' title on the theatre page
CHOREOGRAPHY : MOVEMENT : DIRECTION
Forthcoming : SWAN SONG (Random Acts, Channel 4), THE INNOCENTS (Netflix)
Current : MACBETH (National Theatre) ON CHESIL BEACH (Feature Film)
Film/TV: CHERNOBYL (HBO), ON CHESIL BEACH (Golan Films (OCB) Limited), THE INNOCENTS (Netflix), PATRICK MELROSE (Sky Atlantic), HARLOTS (ITV); CALL THE MIDWIFE, THE HOLLOW CROWN (BBC); commercials for Age UK and Childline.
Theatre credits include:THE BIRTHDAY PARTY (West End); THE LAST TESTAMENT OF LILLIAN BILOCCA(Co-Director & Choreographer, Hull City of Culture 2017); BELLEVILLE,KNIVES IN HENSand THE LADY FROM THE SEA(Donmar Warehouse); OUR LADIES OF PERPERTUAL SUCCOUR (National Theatre of Scotland, National Theatre, UK tourand West End);NUCLEAR WAR (as Director),BODIES,FAKE NEWS, LINDA, GOD BLESS THE CHILD, THE LOW ROAD, A TIME TO REAP (Royal Court);AMADEUS, DEAD DON’T FLOSS, THE THREEPENNY OPERA, LES BLANCS, I WANT MY HAT BACK, EDWARD II, DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE (National Theatre); THE SEAGULL, SEVENTEEN(Lyric Hammersmith); WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF (West End); ALL THE ANGELS, THE BROKEN HEART, TIS PITY SHE’S A WHORE (Shakespeare’s Globe); THE EMPEROR, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, DIRTY BUTTERFLY (Young Vic); FIVE FINGER EXERCISE (The Print Room); THE SKRIKER (Manchester International Festival & Royal Exchange); AGAINST,CARMEN DISRUPTION, LITTLE REVOLUTION, TURN OF THE SCREW, KING LEAR, FILUMENA, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, WHEN THE RAIN STOPS FALLING (Almeida); HAMLET, BLINDSIDED, CANNIBALS (Royal Exchange Theatre); IN TIME O’STRIFE, AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE WICKER MAN, THE MISSING (National Theatre of Scotland); THE CRUCIBLE (Old Vic); PESTS (Clean Break, Royal Exchange, Royal Court & UK Tour); ARDEN OF FAVERSHAM (Royal Shakespeare Company); OF MICE AND MEN, AS YOU LIKE IT (West Yorkshire Playhouse); RED VELVET (Tricycle Theatre, Garrick Theatre & New York); THE HISTORY BOYS, MACBETH (Sheffield Crucible); UNDER THE CARPET (De Stilte, Holland); OMG! (Sadler’s Wells, Company of Angels and The Place, Winner of the Choreography for Children Award 2012); PENELOPE (Dramaturgs Network & Company of Angels); BUT I CD ONLY WHISPER, WHEN FIVE YEARS PASS (Arcola); ONE DAY WHEN WE WERE YOUNG and THE SOUND OF HEAVY RAIN (Paines Plough); LOVE, LOVE, LOVE (Paines Plough & Royal Court); THE TEMPEST (Watermill); PERSUASION (Salisbury Playhouse); CORRIE (Lowry & UK Tour); SNOW QUEEN (Chichester Festival Theatre); THE BOILER ROOM (Clean Break); A DOLLS HOUSE (Exeter Northcott Theatre); WUTHERING HEIGHTS (Birmingham Rep); SUCCESS (National Theatre with Islington Youth Theatre).
Opera credits include: RUSH HOUR 10: MOTION(Southbank Sinfonia); THE WINTER’S TALE, POWDER HER FACE (ENO); HOW TO MAKE AND OPERA & THE LITTLE SWEEP (Malmo Opera).